News, Seat of Power

Latest news this afternoon (Wednesday, October 28, 2020)

Punch

  • APC group succumbs to pressure, suspends planned nationwide protest
  • Boko Haram kills pregnant woman, five others in Borno attack
  • SARS men seized, sold my properties, man tells panel
  • Ex-MD suit’s documents against Tinubu, Alpha Beta burnt –Lawyer
  • Nigerians arrested on UK ship over alleged hijack
  • Niger, Benin, Togo pay Nigeria N2.04bn electricity bill
  • NSCDC Agro Rangers dislodge herdsmen in Oyo reserve
  • #EndSARS protests and unemployment, poverty bomb
  • People stopped thugs from burning my house – Melaye
  • Eid-el maolud: FG declares Thursday public holiday
  • Volume of beneficiaries responsible for staggered palliative distribution – CACOVID
  • One dead as miscreants clash in Lagos
  • Wanted cultist arrested at Ogun robbery scene
  • Court grants Atiku’s ex-wife custody of children
  • [VIDEO] Looting: Gov Ben Ayade pleads for peace in Calabar
  • Outrage over IGP’s failure to stop looting, cops shun Adamu’s order
  • Sanwo-Olu sounds tough over inter-tribal clashes in Lagos
  • Afenifere, NEF differ on northerners’ protection in South
  • Reps caution FG over insistence on anti-social media law
  • One dead as miscreants clash in Lagos
  • APC group succumbs to pressure, suspends planned nationwide protest
  • Buhari re-appoints Yakubu as INEC chairman
  • Buhari wants continued military cooperation with Bangladesh
  • Kaduna APC chieftain warns Buni-led committee against tenure elongation
  • #EndSARS: ADP asks Buhari to go beyond rhetoric
  • Ndigbo’ll not benefit from another war, says Ogah
  • Niger, Benin, Togo pay Nigeria N2.04bn electricity bill
  • FCT, Lagos, other artisans set to receive N30,000 grant – Presidency
  • NNPC demands calm as fuel queues surface in FCT, others
  • New airports planned for Ekiti, Benue, others, says minister
  • Equity market extends gain with N106bn
  • Manufacturing sector hits sixth-month slow growth

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Bayelsa community reports oil leak at Agip’s oilfield 
  • Man flees after beheading daughter 
  • #ENDSARS: Court arraigns ex-PDP lawmaker, four others for alleged arson 
  • Access Bank offers N50b interest-free loans to MSMEs, youths
  • One feared dead, reporter shot in Lokoja 
  • #EndSARS: A post mortem (1)
  • Oyo receives 46 complaints on police brutality 
  • Lagosians ask police to return to work 
  • SARS tortured me for 47 days, victim tells Lagos panel 
  • Govt: Social media misuse puts Nigeria on keg of gun powder 
  • Lagos needs urgent federal assistance, says APC 
  • Army denies shooting Lekki protesters 
  • Lagos rebuilding: Southwest senators to push for federal support
  • Suspects who burnt BRT buses, 518 others arrested 
  • Free speech critical to democracy, say media leaders
  • Court to Atiku’s son: hand over children to divorced wife
  • We lost N300m to hoodlums, says oil firm 
  • Masari: Minerals Act must be amended to resolve conflicts between Fed Govt, states 
  • Senate committee shelves budget defence of security agencies 
  • Why engagement with youths must be transparent, by Osinbajo
  • Policemen deployed to check looting at Abuja NYSC camp 
  • Fed Govt declares Thursday public holiday 
  • Buhari re-nominates Yakubu as INEC chairman 
  • AbdulRazaq, Sanwo-Olu assure business, property owners of compensation
  • Okowa, Masari, Fayemi present 2021 budget proposals to Assemblies
  • Abiodun reiterates calls for community policing 
  • Police pension promises good investment 
  • Access ‘W’ Initiative begins campaign against cancer 
  • Wema Bank leads in payments, transactions banking, by KPMG report 
  • Lagos Commodities Exchange targets 10m youth traders 
  • Lafarge Africa grosses N179.9b sales in nine months 
  • Stanbic IBTC posts N66b net profit in Q3
  • Our mission is to make SDG 3, 4 realisable, by CEO
  • SNA celebrates artists’ resilience 
  • ‘My passion for women, less-privileged’ 
  • Condemnation trails torching of Lagos Theatre 
  • Crowd farming platform makes debut
  • Global move to reduce hunger, poverty 
  • Leveraging free trade zones to shore up food security 
  • Promoting climate smart rice farming
  • Can El-Rufai panel paper over cracks in Ekiti APC crisis? 
  • From #EndSARS to #DecoloniseNPF 
  • #EndSARS: Matters arising (3) 
  • #EndSARS: Gbajabiamila’s exemplary leadership 
  • Please help ‘END.VIOLENCE’   
  • #EndSARS protest: Indication of systemic corruption  
  • Lessons from the EndSARS protests 
  • Chad on our electricity grid? 
  • Helpful proposal 
  • COVID-19 support fund
  • UK Special Forces arrest seven after storming oil tanker from Nigeria 
  • Zulum hands over two mega schools to communities 
  • Anambra, Abia tighten security as IPOB shelves protest
  • Bayelsa community reports oil leak at Agip’s oilfield 
  • Man flees after beheading daughter 
  • #ENDSARS: Court arraigns ex-PDP lawmaker, four others for alleged arson 
  • Access Bank offers N50b interest-free loans to MSMEs, youths 
  • One feared dead, reporter shot in Lokoja 
  • Anarchy and its aftermath 
  • The Nigeria Police I knew 

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

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